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Lorwyn/Theme decks

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Lorwyn has five race/species tribal theme decks, of which one is monocolored; three are bicolored; and one is all-colored.

Boggart Feast[edit | edit source]

Boggart Feast is a black/red theme deck with a Goblin tribal theme.

When playing the "Boggart Feast" deck, you're running a raucous warren of expendable, accident-prone Goblins. Enjoy the sadistic delight of offing your own creatures for fun and profit, since that's what Facevaulter, Tar Pitcher, and Fodder Launch do. But have no fear—there are always more Goblins! Boggart Birth Rite and Warren Pilferers yank your critters back from the grave, and Marsh Flitter and Boggart Mob put Goblin tokens into play.

If that's not twisted enough, some of these insane little freaks like to die! When Mudbutton Torchrunner or Hornet Harasser keels over, it can take an enemy creature out with it. And Boggart Shenanigans damages your opponent whenever any of your Goblins gets whacked. With this deck, that can add up in a hurry![1]

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Boggart Feast  
10 Mountain
12 Swamp
2 Shimmering Grotto

3 Adder-Staff Boggart
1 Boggart Mob
2 Boggart Harbinger
2 Exiled Boggart
3 Facevaulter
2 Ghostly Changeling
1 Goatnapper
2 Hornet Harasser
2 Lowland Oaf
1 Mad Auntie
2 Marsh Flitter
2 Mudbutton Torchrunner
1 Spiderwig Boggart
1 Squeaking Pie Sneak
1 Tar Pitcher
2 Warren Pilferers
2 Tarfire

2 Boggart Birth Rite
1 Fodder Launch
1 Hoarder's Greed

2 Boggart Shenanigans

The rares in this deck are Boggart Mob and Mad Auntie.

Elementals' Path[edit | edit source]

Elementals' Path is a five-colored theme deck with an Elemental tribal theme and a focus on the evoke mechanic.

With the Elementals' Path deck, you can embrace your inner fire! This five-color deck is mostly red cards, but it has enough cards of the other colors that your opponents will never know what's coming! The deck's lands and artifacts give you access to any color of mana you need.

Many of the Elementals in this deck have evoke. Early in the game, you can play them with evoke just to get their ability. Later in the game, you can play them for their full cost to get the ability and add them to your fighting force. The crushing blow is Horde of Notions, a five-color monstrosity that lets you bring all your burned-out Elementals back to life![2]

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Elementals' Path  
1 Forest
2 Island
12 Mountain
1 Plains
2 Swamp
2 Shimmering Grotto
1 Vivid Crag

2 Æthersnipe
1 Briarhorn
2 Ceaseless Searblades
2 Changeling Berserker
1 Changeling Titan
1 Dawnfluke
1 Faultgrinder
1 Flamekin Bladewhirl
2 Flamekin Brawler
2 Flamekin Harbinger
1 Horde of Notions
1 Incandescent Soulstoke
1 Inner-Flame Acolyte
2 Inner-Flame Igniter
2 Mournwhelk
1 Mulldrifter
1 Shriekmaw
3 Smokebraider
3 Soulbright Flamekin
1 Wispmare
3 Consuming Bonfire

2 Springleaf Drum
3 Wanderer's Twig

The rares in this deck are Horde of Notions and Incandescent Soulstoke.

Elvish Predation[edit | edit source]

Elvish Predation is a black/green theme deck with an Elf tribal theme.

The Elves are coming out of the woodwork! When you pilot the "Elvish Predation" deck, you're in control of a massive Elf-producing force. Not only are all twenty-eight creatures in the deck Elves, but many of them, such as Lys Alana Huntmaster and Nath of the Gilt-Leaf, put Elf creature tokens into play. Some of your spells make tokens as well—in fact, Elvish Promenade doubles your number of Elves!

What to do with so many Elves? The easy answer is to pump them up with Imperious Perfect and attack! Alternately, you can use Lys Alana Scarblade to make opposing creatures smaller based on how many Elves you've got, or use Immaculate Magistrate to make your own creatures bigger based on how many Elves you've got. Then attack![3]

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Elvish Predation  
14 Forest
9 Swamp

2 Elvish Eulogist
2 Elvish Harbinger
3 Gilt-Leaf Seer
1 Hunter of Eyeblights
1 Immaculate Magistrate
2 Imperious Perfect
2 Jagged-Scar Archers
2 Leaf Gilder
2 Lys Alana Huntmaster
1 Lys Alana Scarblade
3 Moonglove Winnower
1 Nath of the Gilt-Leaf
2 Nath's Elite
3 Scarred Vinebreeder
1 Wren's Run Vanquisher
2 Gilt-Leaf Ambush
1 Lammastide Weave

2 Elvish Promenade
2 Eyeblight's Ending

1 Prowess of the Fair

1 Wanderer's Twig

The rares in this deck are Immaculate Magistrate and Nath of the Gilt-Leaf.

Kithkin Militia[edit | edit source]

Kithkin Militia is white theme deck with a Kithkin tribal theme.

Protect the meadow! The key to the "Kithkin Militia" deck is that Kithkin are quick, furious fighters. Play out as many as you can as early as you can and put your opponent on the defensive. Goldmeadow Harrier and Oblivion Ring can remove any tricky obstacles from your path so your Kithkin can keep attacking. And if the ground gets too congested with blockers, Cloudgoat Ranger and Kinsbaile Balloonist will take the fight to the skies.

One of the deck's best attackers is Kithkin Greatheart, which is a 3/2 creature with first strike as long as you control a Giant. Remember that each changeling creature is a Giant, as is any creature equipped with Runed Stalactite—even Kithkin Greatheart itself![4]

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Kithkin Militia  
24 Plains

2 Avian Changeling
1 Brigid, Hero of Kinsbaile
1 Cenn's Heir
2 Changeling Hero
2 Cloudgoat Ranger
1 Goldmeadow Dodger
3 Goldmeadow Harrier
1 Goldmeadow Stalwart
2 Kinsbaile Balloonist
4 Kithkin Greatheart
1 Kithkin Harbinger
1 Knight of Meadowgrain
1 Thoughtweft Trio
2 Wizened Cenn
2 Crib Swap
1 Pollen Lullaby
1 Shields of Velis Vel
3 Surge of Thoughtweft

1 Battle Mastery
3 Oblivion Ring

1 Runed Stalactite

The rares in this deck are Brigid, Hero of Kinsbaile and Thoughtweft Trio.

Merrow Riverways[edit | edit source]

Merrow Riverways is white/blue theme deck with a Merfolk tribal theme.

Merfolk are slippery creatures, and you'll use that to your advantage in the "Merrow Riverways" deck. Plenty of Merfolk, like Streambed Aquitects and Silvergill Douser, have abilities that cause them to tap. Others, like Drowner of Secrets, let you tap any of your Merfolk. Combine them with cards that untap your Merfolk, such as Merrow Commerce and Stonybrook Angler, and you'll start swimming circles around your opponent.

What can you accomplish? Attack and block with the same creatures. Use the same ability multiple times a turn. Return Summon the School to your hand over and over. Keep tapping and untapping Fallowsage to draw cards—and gain more life with Judge of Currents. With so many tricks up your sleeve, how can you go wrong?[5]

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Merrow Riverways  
13 Island
9 Plains

2 Avian Changeling
2 Drowner of Secrets
1 Fallowsage
2 Harpoon Sniper
3 Judge of Currents
1 Merrow Harbinger
2 Merrow Reejerey
2 Silvergill Adept
3 Silvergill Douser
2 Stonybrook Angler
3 Streambed Aquitects
1 Sygg, River Guide
2 Tideshaper Mystic
1 Wanderwine Prophets
1 Broken Ambitions
1 Whirlpool Whelm

1 Ponder
2 Summon the School

1 Merrow Commerce
3 Oblivion Ring

2 Springleaf Drum

The rares in this deck are Sygg, River Guide and Wanderwine Prophets.

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